Archive - Nov 15, 2012 - News Article
Phone service in Churubusco is down until further notice, according to Nixle. The 911 emergency number is inoperative in the immediate Churubusco area. Call 260-248-3181 for emergencies. Frontier has been notified.
SOUTH WHITLEY â€” Kent Theater sits with a nearly perfect faĂ§ade at 220 S. State St. in South Whitley, but look behind the exterior and the theater is anything but perfect.
Upon a recent inspection of the site that once housed Turning Point Church, the former theater looked much the same as it did nine months ago when a fire gutted the theater, causing the roof to collapse Feb. 18.
Debris and rubble still cover the theater seating, while parts of the structure still display blackened walls.
COLUMBIA CITY â€” Columbia City High School senior Foster Eber wonâ€™t be watching football and eating turkey on Thanksgiving.
He will be part of an 86-year tradition â€” the Macyâ€™s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Foster auditioned for the Macyâ€™s Great American Marching Band after watching last yearâ€™s parade.
Foster will leave Saturday to meet up with approximately 250 band members to rehearse for the parade. The marching band will perform two pieces during the event, â€śMoves Like Jagger,â€ť and a jazz number entitled â€śLazy River.â€ť
ALLEN COUNTY â€” Two men pleaded guilty to a marijuana-growing operation at Lake Everett â€” a mile northeast of the Whitley County line in Allen County.
Jason Bridges, 32, and Jarrod Vroom, 39, were arrested Sept. 8 in a joint investigation by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, Allen County Drug Task Force and Indiana State Police, which uncovered more than 100 marijuana plants.
Allen Countyâ€™s SWAT team raided Bridgesâ€™ house and found the growing operation, along with an additional four pounds of marijuana.